Monday, March 30, 2020

Business

Here is the chronicle of Choppies’s troubles with auditors

Botswana’s top budget grocer, Choppies, has for the first time chronicled its strained relationship with local audit firms, which led to not...

Choppies chops Ram’s salary but…

Choppies’ maverick chief executive officer (CEO) Ramachandran Ottapathu is getting a huge pay cut, seen as part of the deal to stay...

Diamond beneficiation still viable

Botswana, home to some of the world’s most known diamond mines, remains one of the key players in the diamond industry, but...

Stanchart profit on a surge

The country’s oldest commercial lender Standard Chartered Bank Botswana has nearly quadrupled its profit, staging a strong comeback that will take a...

Public transport operators still await Gov’t “brief” on Coronavirus

As the deadly COVID – 19 coronavirus continues to spread its pernicious tentacles across the globe including at neighbouring countries, largely in...

Botswana car market is weakening

The country’s used car market which has enjoyed significant growth over the last decade appears to be slowing down, with rate expected...

Shamukuni laments on BERA’s poor index rating

Junior Minister at Tertiary Education, Research Science and Technology Machana Shamukuni has lamented on the poor index ranking of Botswana Energy Regulatory...

One Step at a time, Air Botswana privatisation take shape

The privitisation of the national airline - Air Botswana which has dragged for over a decade now, seem to be taking shape...

Kasane natives filmmakers share experience on the journey so far

Focus and commitment has helped independent local film company Lion Trek Pictures to earn an opportunity to share their production with the...

Botswana’s mining sector could expand in 2020

Botswana’s mining sector will be getting a boost this year as major mining projects commence, in a development that will sustain the...